Plunger Plunger

A quick learner from NY says:
Your plunger pin 70-219 shows 7.32" diameter but the width of my screen is only 5/16" and the existing hole is only 1/8". Do you have a plunger pin that will fit this screen? Only one plunger pin is missing and the other pins are about 1 1/16" long, which means 3/4" of the pin is in the screen and 5/16" sticks out of the exterior edge towards the window frame. My name is Lorin and I will also call you now from 747.228.7138.
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:

Take a look at the 70-009 pull pin instead. I have used this in the past for screen frame that were only 5/16" thick so I think it would be the better option for your project. You may also find the video below helpful.

70-008 : 5 Pack, Screen Plunger Pin Latches, 7/32
5 Pack, Screen Plunger Pin Latches, 7/32"
70-008
$3.01
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70-009 : 5 Pack, Screen Plunger Pin Latches, 5/32
5 Pack, Screen Plunger Pin Latches, 5/32"
70-009
$2.32
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70-219 : 5 Pack, Snap-On Plunger Pin Assemblies
5 Pack, Snap-On Plunger Pin Assemblies
70-219
$2.43
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How to install the 70-009 window screen frame plunger pin
How to install the 70-009 window screen frame plunger pin
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How to install a screen window plunger pin
How to install a screen window plunger pin
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